|Address:||6705 W. 22nd Ave., Edgewater, CO 80214|
Lumberg Elementary School was named for Harry H. Lumberg, who came to Colorado from Denmark in 1886 at age 14. He moved to Edgewater in 1906. The school for grades K-6 was constructed in 1955 and by 1961 had already added an extra classroom wing and a gym. From time to time temporary buildings were moved in as enrollment surged. A library was also added. In conjunction with the City of Edgewater's Park and Recreation Plan, the playground was totally re-landscaped in the mid 1980's. Drainage and playground equipment were installed in a park-like atmosphere that was open to the public.
|Quad Map/Date:||Fort Logan, 1965 (1979)|
|Sec/Town/Range:||S36, T35, R69W|
|Source:||"Arvada Sentinel," January 17, 1985; McDonald, "In Brief," (Allison, "Edgewater Four Score"); Interview with Marie Fox, Historian, 1992.|
|Last Modified:||Mon, November 14 1994|